When you amble down a steep driveway flanked by huge, dramatic stainless steel sculptures peering out of the bush, you know you have arrived at Ulric Steiner’s studio. It is nestled in amongst majestic gum trees and is surrounded by magnificent native bushland . The bush is inhabited by a variety of flora and fauna, which are a source of Ulric’s inspiration for his awe-inspiring and elegant stainless steel sculptures. Be it a sulphur crested cockatoo or a shiny, hand beaten stainless steel snail, Ulrich’s unique stainless steel pieces are elegant and sensitive.
“I am delighted with small personal commissions as well as huge public artworks,” says Ulric who hails from Europe originally but is clearly at one in the Australian bush.
Brigitte Ehrat is a talented jeweller whose fun jewellery pieces are unique yet wearable.
“I feel that every bead has its own story to tell and I try to express that story in a unique way,” says Brigitte. “Most of my pieces are ‘one of a kind’ some in more subtle ways than others. We are all unique and beautiful in our own way so it makes sense to me that the jewellery we wear expresses that either through colour or design or both!”
Rhondda Retallack welcomes the challenge when a client comes to her with a special request. Whether for her glass jewellery or for a decorative or functional piece of glass, Rhondda loves to see the look on a happy client’s face when it come to fruition.
Jessika Steiner creates contemporary acrylic and mixed media paintings.
Amanda Morters and Dennis Hicks are the creative force behind Prickles Design. Amanda is a lifelong artist who since childhood has always found her centre in creating beautiful, thoughtful art pieces. Dennis who has a science background, draws his artist inspiration from all things natural.